In March this year, something strange happened between Will Smith And Chris Rock. All of us witnessed one of the most shocking moments in pop culture. Will Smith rushed up to Chris Rock’s stage during the Oscars to slap him after making a joke about Jada Pinkett Smith’s alopecia.
The Fresh Prince of Bel Air star continued shouting abuse at Chris, saying, “Keep my wife’s name out of your f*cking lips!”.
Chris was very tight-lipped after the slap. Before quickly moving on to his hosting duties. However, he used the opportunity to perform at the Only Headliners Allowed comedy show in New York last weekend as a springboard to some of his material.
ET Online reports that Chris made a joke about Will while talking about cancel culture. He joked that “anyone who says words hurt has never been punched in their face.” “
According to reports, Chris seemed to downplay the entire incident during his Sunday show. He called it the equivalent of a paper cut and joked about how he handled it.
US Magazine report about the incident between Will Smith And Chris Rock has it that Chris said, “I’m no victim, motherf*cker.” “But I shook off that sh*t and went to work the following day,” referring to his performance at another stand-up gig during the height of memes, think pieces, and beyond post-slap.
He said, “I don’t go to the hospital for a papercut.”
Will Smith apologized on Instagram for the incident and said he was remorseful. He began, “Violence of all its forms is poisonous. It’s destructive.” “My behavior at last night’s Academy Awards was unacceptable. Jokes are part of the job. However, a joke about Jada’s medical condition was too much to bear, so I emotionally reacted.
Chris, I would like to apologise to you publicly. I was not in line with the rules, and I was wrong. My actions are embarrassing, and they do not reflect the man I want. In a world filled with love and kindness, Violence is not allowed. I am still learning. “
Will has not uploaded picture or post anything to Instagram since his apology about what happened between Will Smith And Chris Rock.
Bottom line, Will Smith finally received an apology from Chris Rock after he slapped him at the Oscars.